southwesters


southwesters
,south'west·er || ‚saʊθ'westə(r) n. sou'wester, strong wind from the southwest, storm from the southwest; storm waterproof hat; coat made of oilskin worn in storms

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • southwester — UK [ˌsaʊθˈwestə(r)] / US [ˌsaʊθˈwestər] noun [countable] Word forms southwester : singular southwester plural southwesters a strong wind or storm that is moving in a south west direction • See: sou wester …   English dictionary

  • south|west|er — «SOWTH WEHS tuhr or Nautical SOW WEHS tuhr for 1; SOW WEHS tuhr for 2 », noun. 1. a wind or storm coming from the southwest. 2. a waterproof hat having a broad brim behind to protect the neck. Southwesters are worn especially by seamen. Also, sou …   Useful english dictionary


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